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Corporate responsibility

Transport and its infrastructure have a direct impact on the progress of societies.

 

Aware of this, Ineco includes among its commitments the desire to contribute in the strongest possible way to the development and improvement of society, by integrating into its management and strategy care for the social, labor and environmental surroundings through Corporate Responsibility.

This commitment is reflected in initiatives such as the signing up to the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact or the Standards of Integrity, Transparency and Commitment, which sets out the principles by which the company is governed and the model implemented in its management.

INECO has an intranet Compliance channel where its employees may report to the Regulatory Compliance Committee any fact or behaviour of which they may be aware and which may have allegedly taken place outside the company's ethical standards and that may constitute a crime.

There is also a body called the Ethics Committee whose duty is to ensure compliance with the Standards of Integrity, Transparency and Commitment. Any employee or collegiate body of Ineco may transfer to the Ethics Committee any behaviours that it deems contrary to said law. Depending on the facts, this body will decide whether or not to open an investigation and apply the consequent sanction, if applicable.

  • We incorporate our CR policies in our strategies and management activities
  • Committed to the development and improvement of society
  • Our professional ethics is based on integrity, transparency and commitment